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Matthew Crotty
About Me:
Matthew Crotty is a Producer and Video Production Manager for KCET's Artbound, Live @ The Ford and City Walk series. From Los Angeles, Matthew graduated from Loyola High School, completed his undergraduate degree at Boston College and his Masters in Modern European History at UC San Diego. In between he taught English at the Odenwaldschule in Ober-Hambach, Germany. Before joining KCET, he worked at KPCC'sThe Madeleine Brand Show and 826LA. His interests include history, critical theory, and philosophy, audio/visual editing, playing and composing music, cycling, craft beer, and crafting interactive Arduino microprocessor projects.
Favorite KCET Show:
Artbound
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    The Grammy-winning band Quetzal mixes sounds of traditional Mexican "son jarocho" music with a contemporary twist. Catch their lively performance on Studio A.
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    The Grammy-winning band Quetzal mixes sounds of traditional Mexican "son jarocho" music with a contemporary twist. Catch their lively performance on Studio A.
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    Noah and the MegaFauna showcases their eclectic sound, ranging from gypsy jazz to indie rock, in this raucous live performance on KCET' s Studio A.
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    Noah and the MegaFauna showcases their eclectic sound, ranging from gypsy jazz to indie rock, in this raucous live performance on KCET' s Studio A.
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    Led by soulful vocalist Syd tha Kyd and Matt "Martians" Martin, R&B sensation The Internet serve up jazzy funk to KCET's Studio A.
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    Artbound Presents Studio A features R&B sensations The Internet airing Tuesday, April 8 at 10pm and Friday, April 11 at 10pm PST on KCET-TV.
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    Beachy rockers Best Coast deliver reverb-drenched guitar, Laurel Canyon strums, and subtle country edge to KCET's Studio A.
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    Beachy rockers Best Coast deliver reverb-drenched guitar, Laurel Canyon strums, and subtle country edge to KCET's Studio A.
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    East L.A. band Chicano Batman brings their feel-good fusion of funk, R&B, Latin soul, cumbia, bossa nova, psychedelia, and pop to KCET's Studio A for an electric performance. Their set explores a range of sonic flavors including simmering slow jams, allegro samba interludes and cumbia breakdowns.
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    East L.A. band Chicano Batman brings their feel-good fusion of funk, R&B, Latin soul, cumbia, bossa nova, psychedelia, and pop to KCET's Studio A for an electric performance. Their set explores a range of sonic flavors including simmering slow jams, allegro samba interludes and cumbia breakdowns.
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    Channeling titans of rock and riot grrl punk, power duo Deap Vally unleash a bombastic style of guitar and drums mayhem in the KCET's Studio A. Julie Edwards and Lindsey Troy met in a knitting class but their music is anything but well-mannered.
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    Julie Edwards and Lindsey Troy of Deap Vally sat down with us to discuss their message, starting the band, writing music, and future recordings.
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    Korean-American folk-rock outfit Run River North bring their dynamic sound to KCET's Studio A. From reveries of soft vocals and strings, to bombastic footstomping guitar and drums, the six piece band's anthems resound in this breakthrough performance.
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    Musicians Run River North recently stopped by Studio A to talk about their music in this extended uncut interview.
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    Musician Chelsea Wolfe recently stopped by Studio A to perform songs from her album "Pain is Beauty." She revealed the influences behind her music in this extended uncut interview, extolling the role nature, as well as her her father's recording...
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    The premiere episode of KCET's new music show Studio A features Los Angeles-based musician Chelsea Wolfe, whose hypnotically entrancing vocals, layered guitar textures, and pulsing rhythms earned her critical accolades for her album "Pain is Beauty."
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    Come to Washington DC where the 2013 Walking Summit is paving the path for a more walkable future for everyone.
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    Some people walk on sidewalks, others prefer trails but one man gets his thrill walking two miles high in the sky and freefalling to the ground at 120 miles per hour... feet first.
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    Have you ever wanted to stroll around a NASCAR speedway but were afraid of becoming road kill? Join a group of intrepid fans as they take a walk on the wild side and experience a rush you can only get on your own two feet.
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    Most people think that once a road is paved it's the end of the story, but in some neighborhoods things are changing. Join us on a special walking tour where we experience first hand the many innovations taking place on our streets and sidewalks to make them more pedestrian friendly.
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    Keeping your heart healthy can be as simple as adding some movement into your daily routine.
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    Los Angeles has the country's largest system of roads, which make up 7300 miles.
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    In its 10th year, FYF Festival is a two-day music festival taking place in Los Angeles Historic State Park.
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    There's a direct link between a healthy diet and walking. Both have benefits that extend well beyond immediate solutions and allow for a healthier lifestyle.
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    A walking school bus is a group of children walking to school with one or more adults.
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    Join us on a journey through the Disneyland Resort with Jillian Rose Reed from MTV's Awkward.
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    Nestled less then 50 miles outside of Los Angeles, the Irvine Ranch Conservancy provides respite from freeways, traffic and the abundance of concrete.
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    Study finds that women who sat for 10 or more hours a day were 18% more likely to have had a heart attack.
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    A new study shows that walking briskly has the same health benefits as running in regards to heart health.
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    Visit Irvine, California, an entire city built from scratch around the wilderness of a state park.
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  • Entry
    The Grammy-winning band Quetzal mixes sounds of traditional Mexican "son jarocho" music with a contemporary twist. Catch their lively performance on Studio A.
  • Entry
    The Grammy-winning band Quetzal mixes sounds of traditional Mexican "son jarocho" music with a contemporary twist. Catch their lively performance on Studio A.
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    Noah and the MegaFauna showcases their eclectic sound, ranging from gypsy jazz to indie rock, in this raucous live performance on KCET' s Studio A.
  • Entry
    Noah and the MegaFauna showcases their eclectic sound, ranging from gypsy jazz to indie rock, in this raucous live performance on KCET' s Studio A.
  • Entry
    Led by soulful vocalist Syd tha Kyd and Matt "Martians" Martin, R&B sensation The Internet serve up jazzy funk to KCET's Studio A.
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    Artbound Presents Studio A features R&B sensations The Internet airing Tuesday, April 8 at 10pm and Friday, April 11 at 10pm PST on KCET-TV.
  • Entry
    Beachy rockers Best Coast deliver reverb-drenched guitar, Laurel Canyon strums, and subtle country edge to KCET's Studio A.
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    Beachy rockers Best Coast deliver reverb-drenched guitar, Laurel Canyon strums, and subtle country edge to KCET's Studio A.
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    East L.A. band Chicano Batman brings their feel-good fusion of funk, R&B, Latin soul, cumbia, bossa nova, psychedelia, and pop to KCET's Studio A for an electric performance. Their set explores a range of sonic flavors including simmering slow jams, allegro samba interludes and cumbia breakdowns.
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    East L.A. band Chicano Batman brings their feel-good fusion of funk, R&B, Latin soul, cumbia, bossa nova, psychedelia, and pop to KCET's Studio A for an electric performance. Their set explores a range of sonic flavors including simmering slow jams, allegro samba interludes and cumbia breakdowns.